Who Can You Trust?

Bad Choice #1: The Government

Government officials may have the best intentions in mind – but the ties between regulatory agencies like the TGA and food giants like Monsanto, General Mills and Kellogg is just too strong.

Bad Choice #2: Your Doc

This will offend a LOT of people, but a lot of doctors simply have no clue of what you should eat.

In fact, one study showed that more than 50% of doctors have LESS nutritional knowledge than their patients. (Reference: Am J Clin Nutr September 1993 vol. 58 no. 3 319-325)

This is just one of MANY examples why you should never rely on the medical industry to give you food advice.

Bad Choice #3: The Food Industry

The food industry first priority is money, NOT your health or the size of your waistline.

That’s why most manufacturers don’t mind “hiding” fat-storing ingredients on the label or reducing the quality of your food to make extra money.

Just look at these SHOCKING facts:

*In 2012, food giants have spent more than $45 million in an effort prevent the labeling of genetically modified (GMO) foods. These are essentially “fake” foods that our bodies can’t process and use properly.

*In 2006, Kraft was still selling a guacamole that contained less than 2% avocado. Imagine what they’re doing that we DON’T know about.

*The food giant Kellogg sells organic Kashi cereals that still contain 100% GMO soy, pesticides that are known carcinogens and hormone disruptors. So much for going “organic”!

*Some meat manufacturers use meat glue to recombine steak pieces together and sell them as expensive high-quality cuts. All while making the meat 100 times more prone to bacterial contamination AND dramatically lowering the quality of your food.

And this is just a fraction of the scandals that appear in the news every single day.

Bad Choice #4: Nutritionists

There are good nutritionists out there, but MOST are misinformed.

Like doctors, they often rely on old, outdated information, and follow the Government’s guidelines. Judging by how fat people are these days it’s clearly not working.

Finding a nutritionist that’s open-minded and up-to-date with the most recent research is next to impossible. Even if you do find a leading expert, who is up to date on his research, it will typically cost you thousands of dollars.

Bad Choice #5: Health Bloggers

Most health bloggers and so-called experts want to do good, but end up confusing you with their extreme opinions, sensationalists headlines and conspiracy theories.

The majority of them recommends extreme methods or they want you to eat nothing but twigs and berries.

Ironically, many of them are overweight, or even obese. That’s like taking advice from a dentist who has rotten teeth.

As you can see, 99% of all experts don’t know the real truth about fat burning foods. So can you really count on them to help you make the right choices and burn more fat?


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